The Sharjah Livestock Market (SLM), the latest project of Sharjah Asset Management Holding, the investment arm of the Government of Sharjah, witnessed a great turnout from the public in the third quarter of this year. Following procedures in line with the highest hygiene and safety standards, the market received more than 18,824 head of livestock, including (sheep, cows, and camels), during this period.Abdullah Al Shamsi, Manager of the Sharjah Livestock Market, said: “We constantly strive to provide all services in the market, including slaughtering, cutting, and cleaning, according to the highest health and safety standards and while employing the latest technologies. The teams at the market are always ready to meet requests while ensuring that tasks are carried out smoothly, comfortably and with great care.”Al Shamsi added: “The new automatic slaughterhouse is distinguished by the provision of various capabilities, equipment and the latest technologies for slaughtering livestock and cutting and packing meat, whether for personal use, commercial purposes, or various occasions. In addition, it boasts specialist staff, a veterinarian assisting around the clock, as well as a full team and supervisors to ensure that the slaughter process meets public health and environmental standards.”The slaughterhouse can accommodate approximately 240 head of livestock per hour, according to the following slaughter line pace: 150 to 200 sheep per hour, 20 cattle per hour, and 20 camels per hour. It also has a poultry slaughterhouse. The Sharjah Livestock Market is open to the public daily from 8:00 to 22:00.